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    Hi, QB Friends
    I need some help. I'm looking for a pattern. Size 3-7 for cottons/wovens
    So this is what I'm looking for a 'Night Shirt' or a 'Shirt w/ a V Neck'. I've been sewing for my friends 3 Grandkids. (Shes Raising 2w/autisum 1/ok All under 5 yrs shes single works full time) I've checked around and have not found one!
    Lori K. icon17 8-)
    PS: Like in 'the Night before Christmas' 8-)

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    Are you looking for a pattern for knits (like t-shirt knits) or for woven fabrics?

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    Wovens 8-)

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    This lady need a medal

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    Yes She do'es!! Get this her full time job is at the Jail!! And any time I need a little kick in the you know what I just go out side and look next door!

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    This is going to sound a little crazy but that nightshirt style is a bit like the tunics I see men wearing at Renaissance Faire. Here's a how-to for that kind of tunic, maybe you can adapt it to suit.
    http://dagorhir.com/gear/content/gar...sten_tunic.php

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    Look at EASY STITCH'N SAVE M5216.by McCall's. I bought size B which is Medium-Large so I would guess you are interested in size A which should be size Small. That should have 3-4 and 5-6 in the pkg. I got mine at Walmart. This is a V-neck shirt and trousers for pajamas, also has an extended length for the shirt to use as a night shirt or night gown. It has short sleeves and long sleeves in the pattern.

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    Look at Halloween patterns. Many styles in small sizes

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    Quote Originally Posted by grendelskin
    This is going to sound a little crazy but that nightshirt style is a bit like the tunics I see men wearing at Renaissance Faire. Here's a how-to for that kind of tunic, maybe you can adapt it to suit.
    http://dagorhir.com/gear/content/gar...sten_tunic.php
    Thank you this may work! 8-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TanyaL
    Look at EASY STITCH'N SAVE M5216.by McCall's. I bought size B which is Medium-Large so I would guess you are interested in size A which should be size Small. That should have 3-4 and 5-6 in the pkg. I got mine at Walmart. This is a V-neck shirt and trousers for pajamas, also has an extended length for the shirt to use as a night shirt or night gown. It has short sleeves and long sleeves in the pattern.
    Thank you I'm going to check this out! today. I've got two diffrent ways now
    8-)

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